BREAKING NEWS: The Coronavirus has been effected so many people especially within the Entertainment industry. It has just been announced that the Theater world lost one of our very own from this horrific virus….. 5 time Tony Award winning playwright… the one and only Terrence McNally. He passed away today at the age of 81.

Terrence McNally was best known as one of the Greatest Contemporary Playwrights the Theater World has ever known. He had so many unforgettable plays that have wowed audiences on Broadway and around the world. Some of his iconic plays included…

Sweet Eros,
Whiskley,
The Ritz,
Bad Habits,
The Lisbon Traviata,
Lips Together, Teeth Apart,
Love! Valour! Compassion!,
Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune,
Deuce,
By The Sea, By The Sea, By The
Master Class,
Mother and Sons
and Its Only A Play.

In addition to his notable straight plays, McNally was best known for being the book writer for some of our favorite beloved musicals including….

The Rink,
Kiss of the Spiderwoman,
RAGTIME,
The Visit,
Catch Me If You Can,
and most recently Anastasia The Musical.

We will miss you so much. Thank you for mesmerizing audiences with your unforgettable words. We love you. Bravo!! RIP

Little throwback of NYBT guide Michael meeting with Terrence McNally at a private screening of his 2018 documentary film EVERY ACT OF LIFE.

Thoughts?
What are some of your favorite Terrence McNally works?
What show(s) that he wrote you have seen?



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